Wednesday, May 05, 2004

Back Flip Boy Part 2. Kirribilli House.

First: He was going to sell it and live in the lodge.

Then: "It's valuable public land so you'd want to keep it in good public use so that it's more accessible to the people of Australia who own it," Latham told NSW Central Coast radio SeaFM.

"It's a heritage site, it's valuable public land on Sydney Harbour.

"The state government certainly wouldn't want it sold, I wouldn't want it sold."

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